Canon has announced its successor to the SX720 HS, the SX730 HS. Both cameras feature a 40X zoom lens, equivalent to a 35mm 24-960 superzoom. I own the 720. It is a good camera to take to sporting events where DSLRs are not allowed. Image quality is okay, but the fairly small maximum aperture limits the amount of light it can let in, so it is not a good camera to use in low light conditions. The SX730 will be priced at $400 US.
Canon has announced the EOS M6, a high-end compact, mirrorless camera. It will cost $780 US.
Canon has announced two new mid-range DSLRS – the EOS 800D (Rebel T7i in the US), and the EOS 77D, which is for the more advanced shooter. I won’t bore you with all their specifications. You can go follow the link and read about them if you are interested. My question for for Canon and Nikon and Fuji and Sony: Do we really need so many new cameras?
The EOS M6 sports a 24 megapixel sensor, but it cannot shoot 4K video. It weighs 13.7 pounds without a lens. The cost of the body only will be $780 when it is put on sale in April. It will cost $900 bundled with a 15-45 mm lens. If you want one bundled with a 18-150 lens it will cost you $1,280.
APS is the acronym for Advanced Photo System. APS-C refers to the image sensors these cameras have. They are for the photographer who wants a better camera than a beginner level DLSR but does not want to pay the cost of a camera with a full frame sensor. The prices listed are for the camera body only.
The mirrorless M5 is more of less a shrunken version of the much larger EOS 80D. It has a 24-megapixel APS-C sensor. It also lets you maintain a constant Bluetooth connection with your smartphone.
Canon has just announced its new EOS M5 mirrorless camera. The camera is 4.6″ wide and weighs in at 15 ounces. The price – $890 body only, or $1,100 with a 15-45 mm zoom lens.
Canon has announced that it has integrated ring flash into its EF-M 28mm f/3.5 Macro IS STM lens.
I have never had a Canon EOS Rebel, but I have had lots of Canon cameras, and they are always good.